Google is in hot international waters after it "inadvertently" collected fragmentary data, Microsoft's Natal will cost $150 when it launches in October, and you can now re-buzz a Google Buzz.
Google is in hot international waters after it "inadvertently" collected fragmentary data; Microsoft's Natal will cost $150 when it launches in October; and you can now rebuzz a Google Buzz.
A thought-provoking art installation flashes clips from downloaded video torrents onto giant projector screens in real time, producing an effect similar to the ending of the classic 1983 flick "War Games."
You can upgrade your Xperia S to Android Ice Cream Sandwich now, if you're on Three.
Google has owned up to collecting email addresses and passwords in its Street View service, earning itself an investigation by the British privacy watchdog.
A changing workforce, the opportunities of big data, and the need for broad risk management were among the key themes at the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium.
Google says some Street View cars collected more details than it realized, and now the company has implemented new policies to be sure it doesn't happen again.
In a Monday briefing, White House spokesman Robert Gibbs says it's "alarming" to find so many "top-secret documents" from the U.S. military in Afghanistan publicly available, thanks to the document-sharing site.